The National Museum of Bulgarian literature
139, Georgi S. Rakovski Str.
The National Museum of Bulgarian literature was created on 1 January 1976 to the Committee for Arts and Culture, in order “to search for, collect, preserve, study, publish and display materials and documentary monuments related to the overall history of Bulgarian literature from the founding of Bulgarian state until today and in the future “.
The museum has a literary archive and research group.
The Literary houses-museums in Sofia are branches in the structure of NMBL and fall under its methodological guidance.
By Order of the Council of Ministers № 22 from 03.12.1992, the name of the museum is amended in National Literary Museum.